London blazes trail on variable salaries

Phillips, Lucy
November 2008
People Management;11/27/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 24, p11
The article reports on the landmark agreement between London Fire Brigade and Fire Brigades Union that will put watch managers on performance-related pay for the first time. The deal means that watch managers in the capital will receive salaries differing by up to £2,500. Under the new structure, watch managers covered by the pay protection scheme will receive the maximum rate while other employees will progress from a new minimum rate according to their performance. Comments from James Dalgleish of the London Fire Brigade are included.


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